Saturday, September 12, 2015

Photo Inspired

Today I worked on a very simple card design using pattern paper and die cuts. I am entering this in the Die-Namites blog challenge for the month of September. They had a photo on their post and that is what inspired me to make this card.

This is the photo that inspired me. I thought the flowers and colors were very beautiful and so I went with that theme.

My base card is white and the beautiful floral pattern paper that I layered onto black is from the Gina K. Designs Garden Tour paper pack. I went with a small floral pattern because my sentiment was so large and I thought this way you would see more of the flowers if they were smaller.

The sentiment was cut out with black card stock.

Happy Birthday

I then used the Presents Border die and cut that also with the black card stock. But instead of using it as a border I cut out presents to use individually on the card. I even added some to the inside as well.

Presents Border

This was a quick and easy way to make a card design. I chose to make it a birthday one as that is one of my most needed types of cards it seems.

Well, I hope all have a wonderful weekend. And thanks for coming by to visit.

God bless,


Kathy Krug said...

Great take on the challenge, Verna. Love that pp.

Donna Phelan said...

Absolutely Beautiful! Love the DP you chose to match your photo. This is just a lovely card....all around!!!

Asha said...

How pretty is that, Verna! A simple but striking card design.
hugs Asha

Shari M said...

Great use of the dies, Do not have any of them, so happy to see them used and know what they are like on a card,

Susanne Rose said...

Your card is so so beautiful! Thank you for joining the Die-Namites Challenge! Save 15% on your next order in our online store using "susanne15". xx

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